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packard bell bios beeps

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I have a packard bell that gives me three beeps when I start it up and I get nothing. I tried swapping out the hard drive and using a good one but I still get the same results. thanks in advance.

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http://www.uktechsupport.f9.co.uk/pb/mb/amibeep.htm

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Thanks, I really appreciate. Have a good one.

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